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From N.O. to D.C., from prison to published author

Street Sense vendor Gerald Anderson has been a fixture at Gallery Place for years, but it took a long journey to get there. He and volunteer Susan Orlins have collaborated on the story of his journey from New Orleans to D.C. in the wake of Katrina, and from prison to an author who wants to help young people steer clear of his old path.

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